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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 May 1914

i THE TEXAS MESQUITER DROADW JQNT5 csy- edw\rd j^larshall with photographs fromm play or georgikcomis froih£sli!lll^i SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jon«a. nicknamed "Broadwnjr" IntuM of hi* continual glorification of M«« York's grr&t thoroughfare, la am Nous to nt away from his home town of [JODeffvllle Abner Jonea, hla uncle, la Sr«ry antry because Flroadway refuses to Battle down and take a place In the sum factory In which he succeeded to hla father's Intereat. Judirr Hpolawood In- forms Broadway that fcSO.OOO left him by hla father la at his disposal. Broadway •wakes record time In heading for his fovorlta street in New York. With his New York friend. Robert Wallace, Brnad- 'way createa a aensatlon by hla extrava- |«anca on the White Way. Four years pasa and Broadway auddenly dlacovera that he Is not onlv broke, but heavily In debt. He appllea to hla uncle for a loan and receives a package of chewing gum with the advice to chew It and forget his ^roubles. He quietly seeka work without i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 May 1914

/ {I Attention, Auto Owners We have on hand a full lineot the cel- ebrated Fisk tires ancf tubes and can sell you as cheap as Dallas prices, also a line of the highest ignition spark plugs, greas- es, oils and gasoline. We have a new steam vulcanizer and can vulcanize your tubes, fix your motor, do all kinds of repair work, and guaran- tee our work to stand. Try us. MESQUITE GARAGE ED D. PACHALL, Proprietor. I Local and Personal. ^j S. P. Lively of Grand Prairie, was here a day or two this week. J W. R Stauipes of Dallas, was Buford lett. of ftylie, wan here | here Sunday and was accompa- Tuesday nied home in the afternoon by J. A. Fugitt of Dallas, was llis family. The latter came out here Tuesday. Faust Scott and wife are visit- ing relatives at Crowley. W. G. Porter of McKinney, was a visitor here Sunday. Miss Eftie Johnson of Dallas, visited Miss Bertha Bird Sun- day. John Rugel, who is in school at Waxahachie. spent Sunday with homefclk here. W. W. Walker was in Dallas several ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 May 1914

r.i > « < I I I - iw-yw ■:■ Words to the Wise absolute. SAFETY Our bank makes no in- vestments without ample security; we can't afford to take risks; moderate, sure profits are far bettor than large dividends with possi- ble loss of principal. Relia- bility, honest methods, fair rates of interest and con- servative protection make this bank rank high, fjlad to tell you more if you will ask anyone here. The First National Bank OF MESOU1TE J. C. Rngel, President. S. H. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, Vice President. Cashier Noah Roark Speaks Here To/j morrow i Noak Roark of Dallas, candi- date for County Attorney, will open his campaign here tomor- row. He has invited his oppo- nents to meet him and has offer- ed them a division of time. The speaking will begin at 2 o'clock and Mi-. Roark invites the voters of this section to be present. A Platonic Token. TEXAS FACTS LIVESTOCK. When Mahally, who did the family washing, came on Mon- day morning to get the bundle of soiled garments, sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

\ I V ®l)t ®eirue itlcsquitcr. Statu Librarian Capital By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1914 Vol.XXXII No. 46 Kodaks and Supplies We have a nice line of the celebrated Eastman Kodaks and Supplies and we will have your pictures finished for you. Get a kodak and take pictures of your friends and of pretty scenes. CULLOM & PORTER Palace Drug Store MESQUITE, TEXAS Abe Martin on Spring Fever While spring fever is pop'larly regarded as personal, Doctor Cul'm informs us that it is purely an' simply th' result o' th' first warm rays o' th' sun beatin' down on a well-nourished body full o' thick winter blood, thereby producin' bodily lassi- tude, or a disposition or desire, longing' or inclination, t' put off till next fall that which should be done t' day. In case th'thick- ness o' th' blood amounts t' co- adulation, such desire or inclina- tion or disposition is irresistible ' an' little work may be expected o' the patient until th' thinnin' out process has run its co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

f' L 1 ... !«perar THE TEXAS MESQUITER lohn E. Davis, Editor and Prop Publuhfri Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. A^sociA Friday, May 13, 1914. As a booster for Dallas, tha Times Herald is always on the job. Bob Barker has announced that he is going to vote for Col. Ball and for statewide prohibi- tion. Well, well, well! Congrat- ulations, Bob. In its recent estimate, the cenj sus department puts San An- tonio, Dallas and Fort Worth all ahead of Houston. Wonder what Houston thinks about dropping from third to fourth place? Governor Colquitt has plan- ned to defeat submission, elect Mr. Ferguson Governor, and send himself to the United States Senate in 1916. Pretty big undertakings, all of them. Too big, in fact, for Mr. Colquitt to accomplish. A Mansfield farmer, writ- ing in the Fort Worth Record says that all farmers should join the Farmers Union and urge a twenty-five^per c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER nj i In : / EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON START OF LAMBS V V.':.V ^ In the Fleece. So much depends upon the start the lamb gets In his first two or three weeks that we are justified In spend- ing as much time as we can possibly spare In looking after the flock during lambing time. If the weather Is cold and raw, the mortality among the lambs Is going to be much greater than It will be if the weather is mild through April. The April lamb has a much better chance to do well than the lamb that U dropped earlier In the season. How- ewer, If they come on a chilly, damp day, It will pay the owner to be near at hand, where he will have a chance to see that the youngster gets his first drink of milk as soon as possible. That will keep the new lamb from chilling, and when he Is once chilled, he Is sometimes pretty hard to get back on his feet. Where the lamb really gets a chil- ling, the best remedy is a bucket or a tnh Slled with water, well warmed, writes Louis Q. Hall of Kansa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER BROADW JOiC5 <&- EDWARD MARSHALL FEOM TO PLAY or GEORGE M.COflAN FIMii£^5.!iKKi SYNOPSIS. Jtrkion Jnnea, nicknamed "Broadway" becauae of his continual glorinratlon of New York'a great thoroughfare In anx- ious to get away front his home town of Jonsavtlla Abo«r Jonns, his uncle. U very angry bwitusn Broadway refua«a to settle iliwn and take a place In the gum factory In whleh he succeeded to his fathers Interest. Judge Spotswood In- forms Broadway that $250,000 left him by his father Is at his disposal. Hroadway makes record time In heading for his favorite street In New York With Ills New York friend. Robert Wallace. Broad- way creates a sensation by his extrava- gance on the White Way Four years pass and Broadway suddenly discovers that he la not only broke, but heavily In debt. He applies to his uncle for a loan and receives a package of chewing gum with the advice to chew It and forget tile troubles. He quietly seeks work without success. Broadway give...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

Attention, Auto Owners We have on hand a full lineot the cel- ebrated Fis tires and tubes and can sell you as cheap as Dallas prices, also a line of the highest ignition spark plugs, greas- es, oils and gasoline. We have a new steam vulcanizer and can vulcanize your tubes, fix your motor, do all inds of repair work, and guaran- tee our work to stand. Try us. MESQUITE GARAGE ED D. PASCHALL, Proprietor. Local and Personal. H Mrs. Mollie Gross is having the residence on h°r farm, occu- pied by F, A. Harris, remodeled and repaired. Johr A. Hass here Sunday. S S. Conner here Tuesday. of Dallas, was Frank Ellis of New Hope, was in Mesquite Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. McDuftie of Dallas, were here Sunday. W. P. White of near Rose Hill, was in Mesquite Wednesday. J. H. Evans of Orphans Home, was in Mesquite Wednesday. Edgar White and wife of Hills- boro, are visiting relatives in and near Mesquite. George Rutherford is building a nice home on his lot near the school building. Mr. and Mrs. C. B....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 May 1914

Stasis £429 DRAW A CHECK for the money you owe and note how much more re- spectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the l«'irst National Bank. They know he is doing business in a business-like way. Bet- ter open such an account even if your affairs are not ^ large. They will grow all right. The First National Bank OF MESOIJ1TE S. IS. Mai shall, R. S J. 0. Rugel, S. 15. Mai shall, President. Vice President. kiuibrough, ( ashier. Ohas. A. Tosch of Dallas, chief deputy tax collector, spent Sat- urday night and Sunday with relatives here. At New Hope. JOSE VOSQUEZ, MEXICAN, 6ETS LI6HT SENTENCE Given Five Years For Killing Companion Jose Vosquez, the Mexican, who killed his fellow workman, : i Ambrocio Sanchez, with a pick, just west of Mesquite, on the evening o£ April 23rd, was con- j victed in Judge Seay's r-ourt, in . Dallas, Tuesday, and given the! lowest penalty, tive years in the ! I penitentiary. Vosquez and Sanchez were both ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

t ®l|t ®e*ae Jtlesqtiiter. tfi t« Librarian ":1 By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FPIDAY, MAY 22, 1914 Vol.XXXII No. 47 Drxig Store Monies: "SAVED BY A NECK" This little sketch is amusing. But it would not be very funny if you bought bichloride of mercury tablets from us and took them by mistake. Mis- takes don't mix with our way of doing business. Play safe. Let us put up your medicine. CULLOM & PORTER Palace Drug Store MESQUITE- TEXAS i ri- nd 8 so ne *e, ny )U. >ly When I Was Judge of A Baby Show. By Joe Sappington Chapter I. THERE is not a case on rec- ord where any man ever acted as Judge of a baby show the sec- ond time. It is like having the measles or mumps, you never have the second attack. I once acted in that capacity unaided and alone, and just as soon as I got through with the job, I knew that 1 would never preside over another one. I had been married but a lew months when I accepted the honor (?)and knew fully as much about babies as a digger indian knows of mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER fohn E. Davis Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Meaquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. ASSOC! A Friday, May 22, 1914. Somebody outfit to prefer charges against Dr. Ctine, the weather man at Dallas. He has* been giving us entirely too much rain. Fike Alarm f^oraker of Ohio, is a candidate for U. S. Senator. It was Foraker and his kind that put tho Republican party on the rocks. liBack to the pulpit with the preachers," says tne Radford- Lewis combination. No use to tell Radford and Lswis where to go; they are already on their way. The Fort Worth Record re- minds us that a Lieutenant Gov- ernor is to be elected this year, and elsewhere in the same issue says that Democratic Governors never die or resign If that is true, why worry about having a Lieutenant Governors The action of the Dallas pas- tors in objecting to the open and flagrant desecration of the Sab- bath day b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

%y\ — '} is 3P- ;at >ui- t, r+i should first be to learn men that the way of the transgressor Is hard, and the wages of Bin la death. I would treat the prisoner who be- haved himself, humanely and well. But I would deal with him In unmistakable terms. He should underatand that thoae who danced must pay the fid- dler, and those who brake the laws of the country must pay the penalty. We have been parading too much of s maudlin sentiment. We every day in Tezaa find people who are willing and eager to send some poor unfortunate white boy to the penitentiary for stealing a five dollar pig, and then the next day bold up their hands In holy horror, and weep and mourn and shriek and ehudder because some big nigger burglar, who crept into your home at night when your wife and ohildren slept, has been whipped In the penitentiary because he would not work. A man steals your horse and is sent to the penitentiary, and the man who owns the horse must also •end along his part of a million dol- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

Volant* 32 THE TEXAS HESQUITER No. 47 OPENING SPEECH OF JAS. E. FERGOSON OF TEMPLE LAdles and Gentlemen: I am the thirteenth candidate tor governor of Tsxaa, announcing in the year 1913, on the 13th day of the month to the 13th year of my married life, and my platform waa completed oa Friday. Thua you aee I have caught the black cat tall of superstition, and 1 Intend to twist and pinch It until 1 am Inau- gurated governor of this great slate on or about the 13th day of next January. aiiu i entertain the greatest rever- ence tor the providence of Ood, and by some 1 might be called a hardshell, yet 1 believe that providence fixes the means aa well as the result. Like the great Spurgeon, I believe that a man will always get over the ditch if be Jumpa well, and will al- ways have meat in the bouse, provld ed be keeps a- garden and a pig. While 1 am quite stare that 1 will b« elected to this great office, yet, to the natural order of things, It Is neces sury that my election should not b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER < t ? PLEASURE IN WOMAN'S KITCHEN GARDEN (o- BOTH STUCK. She—I never would have married you If I'd known you were a poor man. He—I notice all my friends say "poor man" whenever they see me now I'm married to you. Tied Up. *b« waited at the church In vain. Where could the bridegroom be? "I fear this wedding will go off Without a hitch," said she. —Columbia Jester. Wouldn't Work Twice. "Hello! Just the man I wanted to •ee! I was just telling my friends, or trying to tell them, that story you told me last week, but I could not be- gin to make It as excruciatingly funny as you made it. Come on, tell It to them." "I cannot tell that story again un- til—" "Until what?" "Until you have repaid the $5 you borrowed from me the last time you laughed at it" WHAT DRIVES PAPA WILD. No matter how smart and intelligent your little boy Is, he is sure to drive you mad some evening with the fol- lowing sort of thing: "Papa!" "Well, what on earth do you want now?" "Papa, didn't A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

III THE TEXAS MESQUITER >\ I I \L BROADW JM5 edv^rd marshall with photographs FROMm PLAY or GEORGE KCOflAiH FR0IH2^!UH^I 8YNOP8IS. Jackson Jones, nicknamed "Broadway" ••cause of his oontlnual glorlflc&tlon of New York's great thoroughfare, Is anx- ious to ret away from his home town of Joneavllle. Abner Jones, his uncle. Is very angry because Broadway refuses to Mttle down and take a place In the cum factory In which he succeeded to his father's Interest. Judge Bpotswood In- forms Broadway that 1250.000 left him by his father la at his disposal. Broadway makes record time In heading for his favorite street In New York. With his New York friend. Robert Wallace, Broad- way creates a sensation by his extrava- gance on the White Way. Four years pass and Broadway suddenly discovers that he Is not only broke, but heavily In debt. He applies to his uncle for a loan and receives a package of chewing gum with the advice to chew it and forget his troubles. He quietly seeks work without...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

II ,'V ■ , Auto Owners We have on hand a full line of the cel- ebrated Fisk tires and tubes and can sell you as cheap as Dallas prices, also a line of the highest ignition spark plugs, greas- es, oils and gasoline. We have a new steam vulcanizcr and can vulcanize your tubes, fix your motor, do all kinds of repair work, and guaran- tee our work to stand. Try us. MESQUITE GARAGE ED D. PASCHALL, Proprietor. The open meeting of the local Woodmen camp, which was postponed twice on account of the bad weather and the meet- ing, will be held Friday night of next week unless rained out. J. R. and F. G. Scott, R E. Paschall, J. L. Terry and T. C. Smith went to Dallas Wednes- day night to attend the I. U. O. I'1 lodge there, and F. (J. Scott was given the second degree by the Dallas team. f Local and Personal. J. A. Fugitt of Dallas, was here Tuesday. George H. Poynter of Orphans Home, was here Tuesday. The usual daily rains have fallen during the past week. Mrs. Ollie [jester visited in Dalla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 May 1914

HHHW ii,if ii ii W"1 'iraaa Radical Cut In Millinery which includes everything in the department. Wh recently bought an entire factory line of this season's untrimmed shapes, embracing the wanted styles, ail colors. The lowest prices ever shown in hi^h class millinery are in effect here. SHAPES 89c—An entire line of untrimmed shapes, which embraces values worth regularly to $10.00; your choice 89c An immense showinir of children's hats; shapes and styles for any a«e child HALF PRICK The correct and seasonable styles of women's Trimmed Hats; a great assortment, choice .HALF PRICE All trimmings, including plumes, feathers, (lowers rib. bons, etc HALF PRICE A big assortment of untrimmed shapes, assorted colors and styles 48c Good Styles of Ready-Made Garments Voile and lingerie dresses, assorted embroidered de- signs, plain and overskirt tunic styles; $:i.r>0 and .. $5.00 Crepe voile and embroidery dresse s, splendid line of new models, some with lace and fancy ribbon trimmings; ext...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 May 1914

I I 1 a f ^ 1 ■ ®l)t ®cxas Jtlesquiter. •ut« Llbrnriaa • • •« • By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, H?1DAY, MAY 29,1914 yfv— HARRISON IS FREED BY SUSPENDED SENTENCE Man Who Killed H. B. RoLv ertson is Given His Liberty. Drug Store Monies: "STRAWBERRY, PLEASE" Get acquainted with our high grade soda. It's pure and good. We carry all flavors. Our aim is to serve the best soda in town. A lot of our friends say we are doing it. Join our soda circle. Tastes fine any time. CULLOM & PORTER Palace Drug Store MESQUITE, TEXAS W. GREGORY HATCHER, Candidate for State Senator VOTE FOR ME— | Do Not Votf. Against Mb— If .you believe I am morally and intellectually honest and will best serve the interests of all the people of Dallas and Rock- wall Counties as State Senator. until you have investigated my character and qualifications to fill this office. "The bars a.-e down."—I have lived in Dallas for the past ten years. When I Was Judge of A Baby Show. By Joe Sappington Chapter II. There were s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 May 1914

TEXAS MESQUITEtl lohn E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. Friday, May 29, 1914. A SUGGESTION to the media- tors: Fire Huerta and send Teddy to Mexico. The theory of the suspended sentence law is good, but it is beinsc worked to death, espec- ially in this county. The State convention of the posmasters is in session at Aus- tin. The Democratic represen- tation, we are glad to note, is considerably greater than here- tofore. Colonel Roosevelt discovered a pew river in the wildernass of South America, but he has a harder job than that in leading tbe Bull Moose party out of the wilderness, The abuse of the suspended sentence law and of the pardon- ing power of the present Gover- nor, if continued much longer, will help to solve the penitentiary question by depopulating that institution. The old saying that "a proph- et is not without honor, save ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 May 1914

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER r6y~ nyWADD ?\AR3HALL VYITH photog^APH^ FROM TO PLAY Of GEORGE M.COflAfl LIHIJS-iX corraMG 8YNOPSIS. Jackson Jones, nicknamed "Broadway" because of his continual glorittcution of New York's great thoroughfare, Is anx- ious to get away from his home town of Jonesville. Abner Jones, his uncle, is Very angry because Broadway refuses to settle down and take a place In the gum factory In which he succeeded to his father's Interest. Judge Bpotswood In- forms Broadway that 2f>0,000 left him by his father Is at his disposal. Broadway makes record time in heading for his favorite street In New York. With Ids New York friend, Robert Wallace, Broad- way creates a sensation by his extrava- gance on the White Way. Four years pass and Broadway suddenly discovers that he Is not only broke, but heavily In debt. He applies to his uncle for a loan and receives u package of chewing gum with the advice to chew It an(3 forget his frtriblts. He quietly seeks work without «ucce*8. B...

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